Teaching kids toilet manners

Several parents do not teach their children how to use the toilet and worse still, what to do after helping themselves.  Many children do not know how to stay clean. Many maids who wash their clothes complain about finding soiled underpants and knickers. Also, parents are always treating children suffering from stomach disorders such as diarrhea.  
Wash dirty hands. Net photo
Wash dirty hands. Net photo

Several parents do not teach their children how to use the toilet and worse still, what to do after helping themselves. 

Many children do not know how to stay clean. Many maids who wash their clothes complain about finding soiled underpants and knickers. Also, parents are always treating children suffering from stomach disorders such as diarrhea.  

However, if children are taught how to use the toilet, they will stay healthy. Parents will also be able to save money that is spent at hospitals and will not take time-off from work because their children are sick.

Parents should always help to clean toddlers after they use the toilet or when they get dirty. As kids grow up, they should be taught to wash their hands with soap before eating anything and most especially after using the toilet.

Children must know that after using the toilet, they must use toilet paper to clean themselves, flush the toilet so that the next person finds it clean. They must wash their hands with soap and a lot of clean water before drying them with a hand dryer or a towel.

This is the best way to stay clean after using the toilet. Children can learn to avoid spreading bacteria that causes diseases.

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